WWI Alliance System

WWI Alliance System

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2 thoughts on “WWI Alliance System

  1. This post was simple, but effective in showing the alliance system and did a good job of visualizing the alliances of world war I. Because some flags are bigger than the others you can tell that is the importance/ power of those countries in the alliance and that is a good accurate display of the power distribution and the main competitors in the war.

  2. This post is simplified, but that is what makes understanding the World War I alliances a lot easier. I think it is a much better representation than a few paragraphs in a textbook trying to explain which countries were allied. It is also very helpful that the countries most involved in the war have bigger flags. It’s a great resource for visual learners.

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